Berlin's old tram station ın Christophori Piano Hall esinde: Berlin Wedding opened the piano workshop concerts in the spirit of the people of the wedding feeds.
Christoph Schreiber, who organized concerts in the abandoned space used as a tram repair station until 2006, stated that they had never addressed recitals in major concert halls before:
Mek Our goal is to meet the small expectations of people who come to the concert. You don't need membership here, no clothes required, and you don't even need to have a lot of money. We're not interested in your education. All you have to do is stop by and experience it. ''
The space called Christophori Piano Hall is named after the inventor of the piano, Bartolomeo Cristofori. Christoph Schreiber, the founder of the concerts, is a doctor who spends his spare time repairing old pianos. The doctor, who owns an 200 piece piano collection, does not sell any of the instruments that are older than the 100 age.
French pianist Julien Quentin says that it is a unique experience to perform at the Christophori Piano Hall after giving recitals in the world's leading concert halls:
“I think it's very special to play in a place where you feel at home but still have a concert hall. The audience feels the importance of this atmosphere. They're much closer to us than traditional concerts. It makes me feel good about the interaction between music and the audience. Le
3 or 4 concert is performed throughout the year at the Christophori Piano Hall.